Now is the Holiday; there is no other time of birth, of sacrifice, or of rebirth. To look for reconciliation outside of what the Divine reveals within you in “each” Presence moment is to look in the wrong place, for the wrong thing. Don’t be dismayed; don’t be fooled; keep looking. Remain watchful even when life seems empty.
In this short talk we’re invited to discover the possibility of an enlightening relationship with real Life. Guy tells us that our relationship with consciousness is to agree to bring the whole of ourselves into the Light of intelligence that balances and reconciles through the act of Love.
If fall signals the retreat of nature — as when the last leaves fall from the trees and countless creatures crawl into nooks and crannies to pass through the bone-chilling days to come — then the first day of winter, December 21, is when nature — having gradually withdrawn her forces — reaches a resting point. Now comes a three-month period of time that represents a pause in the activity of life.
(Video) I am the Vine and Ye are the Branches Guy Finley explains that it's a dangerous path to say we are one with God, because we go into imagination that we are divine. "I am the vine, ye are the branches." The branch exists because of the vine. We are one with the Divine in as much that we are an expression of the Divine.
Clearing the Path to Spiritual Rebirth Before it's possible to get on with the real business of spiritual rebirth, we must be fully convinced that no dark discontentment with ourselves can ever be the seed of a new self.
No Greater Gift It is given to us to choose in which of the infinite worlds we will dwell, and there is no greater gift, nor power, granted to any creature under the sun. To not know one's choice, or worse, to have abdicated this right, is to turn your life over to forces that oppose the possibility of rebirth.